baboon

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baboon

A rude, annoying, and/or mean person; a jerk. Ugh, that guy is such a baboon—don't even bother talking to him. Can you believe that baboon just spilled his coffee on me and didn’t even apologize?

baboon

n. a jerk; a stupid person. (Also a rude term of address.) Tell that ugly baboon to get out of here.
References in classic literature ?
Raffles, walking with the uneasy gait of a town loiterer obliged to do a bit of country journeying on foot, looked as incongruous amid this moist rural quiet and industry as if he had been a baboon escaped from a menagerie.
He has a passion also for Indian animals, which are sent over to him by a correspondent, and he has at this moment a cheetah and a baboon, which wander freely over his grounds and are feared by the villagers almost as much as their master.
"I think that I mentioned to you that the doctor kept a cheetah and a baboon. We had no feeling of security unless our doors were locked."
True -- a baboon; but by no means the less a deity.
A baboon flosses its teeth at Paignton Zoo after examining a bristle from a broom, inset
coli infection in a baboon kept in pet shop in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
A BABOON was shot dead by a gamekeeper after it fled from its enclosure at a safari park yesterday and tried to leave the grounds.
A baboon approaches one of the lawyers, shows his teeth and yawns.
A popular madrigal from the period emphasizes this specialized "knavery." (17) In it, an ape, a monkey, and a baboon debate their performance abilities.
David Ross, General Manager at Knowsley Safari Park, said: "For a baboon, to have a car to play with for a whole day is manna from heaven!"
"Understanding what determines how well a baboon performs on our discrimination task might offer some insights into a possibly visual component of reading deficits in certain dyslexic children," Grainger says.
When a baboon is hungry, however, its view of the cats and even large dogs will change from guest to gustatory.
WITH reference to 'Baboons still suffering', (GDN, October 3) I am a baboon conservationist in South Africa.
This 'crime'--as Gerry's human element sees it -- elevates him up the pack's pecking order and he begins to bulk up as a baboon.
Baboon depicts a young boy's struggle to survive as a baboon amid the harsh African savanna.